Programme Science Day

Programme Science Day | 28 June 2017 | Erasmus Paviljoen, Woudestein Campus Rotterdam

09.00 – REGISTRATION AND COFFEE

09.30 -WELCOME

by our programme moderators:

Tobias Brandt, Assistant Professor of Business Information Management, Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business, RSM
Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal, Assistant Professor of Business Information Management, Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business, RSM

09.35 -OPENING ADDRESS

Bring Sustainable Energy a Step Closer

Steef van de Velde, Dean & Professor of Management and Technology, RSM

 

09.45 – KEYNOTE SPEECH

Linking storage to renewable energy production: state of the art and applications

  • Importance of storage in the smart grid
  • How to create an optimal configuration of solar, wind and storage
  • Applications

Catherine Rosenberg, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair Future Internet

10.35 – COFFEE BREAK & VISIT POSTER EXHIBITION

11.05 – PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Smart Electricity Markets

  • Are Optimal Day-Ahead Markets Able to Face RES Uncertainty?: Evaluating Perfect Stochastic Energy Planning Models
  • The Sustainable Tipping Point for Electricity Markets
  • Development and Evaluation of Unified Energy Agents

reflected by

Wolf Ketter, Professor Next Generation Information Systems, Scientific Director Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business, RSM

12.05 – Poster slam

Posters representing the latest research insights presented by their authors

12.30 – LUNCH BREAK & VISIT POSTER EXHIBITION

13.30 – PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Demand Side Management

  • A cooperative aggregation model for pricing residential energy users with renewable energy sources
  • Towards a Benchmark for Demand-Side-Management Methods
  • Green Greenhouses: An Application of Energy Informatics

reflected by

Jaron Reddy, Sales Manager, Energy eXchange Enablers

14.30 – PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Innovative Applications

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems, Traffic Congestion, and Environmental Sustainability
  • Electric Vehicle Enabled Parking Lot: a New Stakeholder in a Changing Energy Landscape
  • Blockchain in the energy sector: Applications and institutional implications

reflected by
Marc Bras, Manager BMWi, Board Member, Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business

15.30 – COFFEE BREAK & VISIT POSTER EXHIBITION

16.00 – Award ceremony powered by 

The Power of Science

16.15 – POWER TAC – TRADING AGENT PARTICIPANTS AND WINNERS

16.45 – STUDENT ENERGY CHALLENGE

RSM Business Information Master students from the honours class have been challenged to come up with applications and solutions to empower the energy transition. Two winning teams will present and discuss their solutions to the science day audience on the following challenges:

  • Developing a predictive model for real time energy pricing
  • Smart Energy Applications in Urban Areas

17.00 – Closure with drinks on campus – transfer to Eneco World by bus

‘SCIENCE MEETS BUSINESS’ powered by

18.00 – Welcome to Eneco World

Welcome and presentation by Eneco

Kees Jan Rameau, Member Board of Management, Eneco

18.30 – KEYNOTE SPEECH

Robert Phillips, Director, Marketplace Optimization Data Science, Uber

19.00 – DEBATE & DINNER

Where Science meets Business debate

During this panel discussion different speakers from science as well as business will discuss the opportunities of collaboration to accelerate the energy transition. How can we build interesting business cases for all stakeholders?

 

Participants:

Robert Phillips, Director, Marketplace Optimization Data Science, Uber
Eric van Heck, Professor of Information Management and Markets, RSM
Wolf Ketter, Professor Next Generation Information Systems, Scientific Director Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business, RSM
Elmer de Boer, Manager Ideation, Eneco Innovations & Ventures

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